L'adjudant-chef Picard tells Antoine, "Private Antoine Doinel... is hereby discharged as temperamentally unfit for service." (0:04)
Antoine tells Christine's family he was discharged for "Instability of character." Personality disorder? (0:10)
Referring to Madame Colin, detective Henri tells Antoine, "She takes sleeping pills... The sleeping pill will have her knocked out." (0:15)
Referring to a client, detective Henri tells the other detectives, "He hanged himself."
Agency owner Bladi: "No, he shot himself in the head."
Henri: "Sorry, but he hanged himself from a beam at the Ministry."
Bladi: "Hanging doesn't spill your brains all over the floor."
Henri: "With the belt from his bathrobe." (0:26)
Another detective tells Antoine, "When my grandfather died I was very sad, and my cousin was crying her eyes out." (0:32)
Shoe store owner Georges tells Bladi, "I know what you'll say: I should see a psychoanalyst. It's not the money. I could afford it. But I won't waste my time lying on a couch, talking about my childhood." (0:46)
Henri dies. His coworkers attend the funeral at a cemetery. (1:21)
Christine's stalker explains himself to her. (1:29)
Truffaut's Adventures of Antoine Doinel series:
Reference in Damsels in Distress